Where is Bonefish Grill Corporate office Headquarters

Bonefish Grill Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 13262 N Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL 33618, USA
  • Phone Number: 813-282-1225
  • Fax Number: 813-286-2247
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 2,500+
  • Established: 2000
  • Founder: Chris T. Sullivan, Tim Curci, Chris Parker
  • Key People: Gregg D. Scarlett (President)

Bonefish Grill Headquarters Location & Directions

Bonefish Grill Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Tim Curci

Co-Founder

Elizabeth A. Smith

Chairman of The Board for Bloomin’ Brands and Chief Executive Officer of Bloomin’ Brands

Leigh Merritt

Director of Bar Innovation

About Bonefish Grill, History and Headquarters Information

Bonefish Grill was incorporated by Tim Curci and Chris Parker in 2000 in St. Petersburg, Florida. This restaurant chain is headquartered in Tampa, Florida.

Bonefish Grill is an American restaurant chain. It is owned and operated by Bloomin' Brands, who acquired this chain of restaurants in 2001. This restaurant flourished and now owns more than 210 corporate Bonefish Grills across 28 states in the USA. These restaurants just served dinners, but as time passed they widened their focus and started serving breakfast, brunch, and lunch as well. Their menu includes wood-grilled fish, rotating through specialty dishes and drink offerings seasonally.Bang Bang Shrimp appetizer, which consists of shrimp in a creamy spicy sauce, is one of their specialties. They are also partners with various charitable organizations, including the American Red Cross.

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  • Louise Wrzesinski says:

    Went on Nov 6th as a group of 54 from Port St. Lucie on a bus and had reservations. The tables were reserved for us which was fine. Getting or meals was another problem. the arrangement s were made months ago and it was checked on the weeks before and even the day before to make sure everything was on schedule. We got at the restaurant and 3:45 and reservations were made for 4 PM. I never got my meal until 5:40. Unexceptable. Almost 2 hours before I got served and other in the group the same. In fact one couple never got there meal until we were ready to leave and the decided to take it home and eat it. This was the first time I ever went to Bonefish Grille and I now have a very bad taste in my mouth about your restaurant. Oh by the way they gave that couple dessert on the house. BIG DEAL

     
  • Nan says:

    In 2013 , I was introduced to a Bonefish Grill (seasonal) special called Coconut Shrimp Curry. I have looked for it for a few years now but never find it on your menu. I was wondering if perhaps I’d be able to get the recipe?

     
  • Dr E Thomas says:

    We live in the UK and visit Naples Florida regularly and are so frustrated that we can’t access the bonefish site on line – it states code 451 whatever this means! We may not live in the USA but still require to access the menu and should be able to make reservations etc. Can someone help us in this age of technology???

     
  • Karen Smith says:

    Bonefish Grill, King of Prussia Critique

    To Whom It May Concern:

    We had a 7pm dinner reservation to celebrate my niece’s birthday on June ___, 2019. We arrived at 6:50 p.m.and were told our table was not ready. We were seated at 7:15pm. We noticed that the restaurant was a bit warm and were told that the air conditioner was not working properly.

    Initially there was one server for a party of 13 people which in itself was disturbing. At the onset, we requested separate checks. From our perspective, there seemed to be an expectation on the waitress’ part that another wait staff was going to assist her because after taking the orders from those seated at the front end of the table, she began to fill their drink orders without taking the remaining orders.

    About 15 minutes later, another server came for our orders and immediately let us know that he was volunteering to help the first server. The implication being that in fact one server had been assigned to a table of 13 guests and this second server was doing both the designated server as well as us a big favor.

    By this time we had been seated over 30 minutes and given the warmth of the restaurant, the heat of the day and the tedium of ordering, we needed something to drink. We had to ask for water that was later brought to the table in a few tepid jugs with four (4) ounce glasses and no ice! Over 30 minutes after being seated, we were finally served bread!

    When the server finally came to take our orders, there was no hesitancy on our parts because, by that time, we all knew what we wanted. Unfortunately, between 7:45 and 8pm when the orders were finally taken, the server announced that there was no Imperial. So, those who had chosen an Imperial dish had to re-examine the menu to select something else. Six in our party ordered salmon.

    The debacle continued. Fifteen minutes after the server took the order, we were told there was no salmon. So, those who chose salmon had to again revisit the menu to select something else. The appetizers were finally served 15-20 minutes later.

    By 9:15 p.m., two hours after we were seated, everyone had been served. Although one person’s appetizer was forgotten but later served with her meal.

    By 10 p.m. we were all exhausted and waiting for our checks.
    Utter confusion is the only way to describe what happened next!

    The first four in our party finally paid and were able to leave at 11:05: almost four hours after our seating! Because I left with the first group, I am not sure what time the others were able to leave.

    Around 8:30 p.m. there was lengthy discussion with the manager about our ordeal. He agreed to give those who ordered salmon a gift card for a free salmon platter. However, the manager offered no apology to our group nor did he come back to check on us.

    Let me qualify that the first server and her helper had a good attitude. The first server seemed to be doing her duties to the best of her ability, but was clearly overwhelmed at being solely responsible for such a large party. The second server was not at all attentive to our end of the table. He made it patently clear that it was not his responsibility to assist her or serve us.

    Although I have been many times to Bonefish Grill at various locations, this was my first and will be my last time at the King of Prussia location. I have never seen a manager so unconcerned for his guests’ welfare and satisfaction or such a demeaning attitude in the person of the second wait staff. We were so annoyed we forgot to give our phone number for the Diner (?) Rewards points. Yet another oversight: the server never came back to our table with our receipt.

    We spent four hours at Bonefish Grill, King of Prussia not due to any excess of conversation or extraordinary requests on our part, but because of the general incompetence and callousness of the staff and management at this location.

    I am writing this letter in hopes that these concerns will be addressed so that no one else has to suffer the indignity of such treatment.

    Sincerely,

     
    • Buzz Miller says:

      I am so sorry to hear your story. We have been going to the Bonefish Grill in Edgmont since it opened and it has really gone downhill over the last few years. It’s a real shame because it used to be a great restaurant. Not any more. We had a nasty experience last night and will not be returning anytime soon

       
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